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TMC welcomes new members


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Membership to The Management Club is by invitation and such members should fall within the criteria provided by the TMC. 
They are:
1. Prospective members must be in management for a minimum of three years with academic or professional qualifications.
Or
2. Prospective members with five years experience in management in a recognised organisation with no academic or professional qualifications. 
Anyone who falls within this criteria interested in joining TMC are welcome to call the Secretariat on 011 5860000 or email: tmcsecretariat2012@gmail.com providing their name, organisation they work for etc, in order that the Executive Committee of TMC may have the opportunity of communicating with them to assess and ascertain suitability for membership.  The Board of Management of The Management Club welcomes the following new members

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